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Who Was Jesus? – Excerpt from “Covenant Nation” – a critique of D. Boyarin’s “Borderlines”

Who was Jesus? Boyarin presents us with an analysis of the hand-washing incident described in the seventh chapter of the book of Mark (TJG; pgs. 106-127). Boyarin concludes that, contrary to popular Christian opinion, this incident does not teach that … Continue reading

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The Myth of the “Frightened Jew”

The Myth of the “Frightened Jew” One of the popular myths that abound in missionary literature describes the Jewish teachers quaking in “fear” when they encountered the “proofs” to the alleged Messiah-ship of Jesus that are supposedly found in the … Continue reading

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Psalm 22 and the Dead Sea Scrolls – a video by Yosi Feigenbaum

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Literary Skill

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
Literary Skill Did the Author of Scripture know how to write? Does He have the literary ability to make His point with clarity and with force? Let us make a…

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Passover and First-fruits (Bikurim)

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
Passover and First-fruits The Passover Haggada is one of the most accepted Jewish books after the Bible. It is not known who authored the Haggada, nonetheless, the Jewish people recognize…

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The Passover Altar

The Passover Altar   There were ten miracles that occurred in the Temple on a regular basis. One of these miracles involved the smoke that arose from the fire of the altar. The altar was a large structure situated in … Continue reading

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Circumcise Your Heart

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
Circumcise Your Heart We are commanded by God to circumcise our hearts (Deuteronomy 10:16; Jeremiah 4:4). How does one go about fulfilling this injunction? What is the meaning of this…

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